This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the parish of Bledlow, Buckinghamshire, which is situated on the border with Oxfordshire about 3 miles from Princes Risborough and 45 miles from London.  Amongst the records included are Parish Collections of 1669 and 1670, Charity payments for 1672, 1827, 1848 and 1864, Poll Books 1710 and 1831, Gamekeepers' Deputations 1745 to 1858, Overseers' Receipts and Payments 1723 and 1769, Rent Roll 1756, Payments to Militia Mens' wives 1760 to 1762, Licensed Victuallers 1790 and 1821, Donations to the Poor 1800, Captain Grubb's Company of Volunteers 1803, List of Landowners 1812, Churchwardens' Rate 1824, Men qualified to serve on Juries 1829, Kelly's Directory 1869 and a Register of Absent Voters for 1918.

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the parish of Bledlow, Buckinghamshire, which is situated on the border with Oxfordshire about 3 miles from Princes Risborough and 45 miles from London.  Amongst the records included are a Parish Collection of 1676, Charity payments for 1703, 1785 to 1812, 1884 and 1912, Poll Books 1722 and 1831, Overseers' Receipts and Payments 1693, 1751 and 1777, Tithe Book 1742, Licensed Victuallers 1758, Militia Enrolments 1788, Militia Ballot List 1796, List of Poor Persons 1816 to 1820, Abstracts from the Vestry Minute Book 1822 to 1838, Return of Public Houses 1872, Kelly's Directory 1887 and Recipients of the Bishop's Prize and Certificates 1913 to 1916. 

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A second booklet contains a miscellany of records for the borough and parish of Buckingham, formerly the county town of Buckinghamshire, which is situated in the north west of the county some 57 miles from London.  Amongst the records included are a Poll Book of 1710, Gamekeepers' Recognizances 1716-1830, Poll for the Office of Bailiff 1807, Pigot & Co.'s Directory 1823-4, Licensed Victuallers 1825, Register of Electors 1832, Commitments to the House of Correction 1827-1837, Licenses granted in the Borough of Buckingham 1872-1875 and an Absent Voters List of 1918.

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Chenies which is situated about four miles east of Amersham, adjacent to the county border with Hertfordshire.  Amongst the records included are Bastardy Bonds, Apprentice Certificates, Settlement Certificates and Examinations and Removal Orders for the period 1716-1802, a Land Tax Assessment of 1800, a census return of 1821, a Poor Rate Assessment of 1825, a Surveyor's Rate Assessment of 1830 and the census taken in 1841.

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FULL TITLE:  The Records of Chesham Town and Hamlets - Volume One.

This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Chesham, together with its hamlets of Hundridge, Chartridge, Ashridge, Bellingdon, Ashley Green, Botley, Latimers and Waterside, which is situated about five miles from Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire.  Amongst the records included are Orders for the Payment of Bounty Money, Orders for Payment to Militia Mens' Wives, Orders for Payment of Relief, a Rate for the Repair of the Church 1606, Poll Book for 1710, Poor Rate Assessment for 1720, Overseers' Disbursements 1778, Trade Directory for 1792, 1821 census for the hamlets of Botley, Waterside and Latimers, and Weekly Payments to Labourers 1830.

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FULL TITLE:  The Records of Chesham Town and Hamlets - Volume Two.

This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Chesham, together with its hamlets of Hundridge, Chartridge, Ashridge, Bellingdon, Ashley Green, Botley, Latimers and Waterside, which is situated about five miles from Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire.  Amongst the records included are Removal Orders, Indemnity Bonds, Miscellaneous Orders, Allocation of Church Seating 1607, List of Churchwardens 1711-1763, List of Overseers of the Poor 1711-1763, Licensed Victuallers of 1577 and 1784, Poll Book for 1722, Poor Rate Assessment for 1748, Parish Apprentices 1749-1757, Overseers' Disbursements 1767 and 1789, Arrears of the Church Rate 1777-78 and 1779, Freeholders Qualified to Serve on Juries 1801 and a Trade Directory for 1823-4. 

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FULL TITLE:  The Records of Chesham Town and Hamlets - Volume Three.

This volume contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Chesham which is situated some 28 miles from London and 5 miles from Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire.   Amongst the records included are more than 500 Settlement Certificates and Removal Orders from 1691 to 1815, Payments to Militia Mens' Wives 1760 to 1763, Victualler's Licences 1767 and 1802, Freeholders Qualified to Serve on Juries 1784, Persons Receiving Relief 1815 and a Trade Directory of 1842.

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the adjacent parishes of East Claydon, Middle Claydon and Steeple Claydon, Buckinghamshire, which are situated about five miles south east of Buckingham.  Amongst the records included for Middle Claydon are a Church Rate for 1650, Church Seating Plan (women only) 1674, Overseers' Disbursements 1705-7 and 1821, Lists of Constables, Surveyors' Accounts 1739, Lists of Overseers, Marriage Licenses and Certificates of Banns, Outdoor Poor 1888 and a Poor Rate for 1900.  For Steeple Claydon there is a Highway Rate for 1710, Window Tax, Overseers' Payments 1833 and Subscriptions for Church Repair Fund 1897.  East Claydon has Churchwardens' Accounts 1718, Charity Payments 1719, 1738 and 1756, Settlement Certificates, Removal Orders, Bastardy Bonds, Apprenticeship Indentures, Highway Rate 1837, Poor Rate 1882 and Allotment Rents 1910.  For all three parishes there is a Poll Book 1722, Licensed Victuallers 1758, 1784 and 1822, Jurors 1784, Register of Electors 1832, Trade Directory 1865 and Absent Voters List 1918.  

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Denham which is situated about seven miles north east of Slough and seven miles south east of Beaconsfield, adjacent to the county border with Middlesex.  Amongst the records included are a Poor Rate Assessment of 1695, an 'Acct of ye houses and inhabitants in the Parish of Denham taken 1749', Land Tax Assessments of 1781, 1801 and 1821 and the census taken in 1841.

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the parish of Dinton, which is situated about four miles south west from Aylesbury.  Amongst the records included are Churchwardens' Receipts 1664, List of Inhabitants 1678, Poor Rate 1711 and 1744, Poll Book 1722, 1859 and 1868, Church Rents 1717, Payments to Militia Mens' Wives 1760 to 1762, Licensed Victuallers 1766 and 1821, Militia Ballot List 1796, List of Volunteers 1803, List of Freeholders 1804, Confirmations 1806, 1829 and 1832, Overseers' Rate 1829, Surveyor's Account 1839 and 1850, Surveyor's Rate1844, Trade Directory 1875 and Absent Voters 1918.

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parishes of Great and Little Horwood which are situated about two and a half miles to the north and north east of Winslow.  Amongst the records included are Gamekeepers Recognizances 1712 to 1840, Poll Books 1722 and 1831, Payments to Miltia Mens' Wives 1760 to 1763, Jurors 1784 and 1826, Victualler's Recognizances 1804 and 1827, Militia Ballot Lists 1810, Settlement Bonds and Certificates 1653 to 1813, Removal Orders 1680 to 1836, Bastardy Papers 1826 and 1829, Register of Electors 1832, Trade Directories 1847 and 1895, and Absent Voters 1918.

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Newport Pagnell which is situated in the north of the county at the junction of the rivers Ouse and Lovat.  It lies some 51 miles from London and 15 miles from Northampton.  Amongst the records included are Gamekeepers' Deputations 1711-1916, Poll Book of 1710, Licensed Victuallers of 1784 and 1810, Land Tax Assessment of 1790, Kilpin's Charity payments of 1749, 1775, 1804, 1854 and 1872, Pigot & Co.'s Directory of 1823-4, Register of Electors of 1832, Commoners in Bury Field and Bury Meadow 1872 and miscellaneous parish documents including harmless bonds and some certificates of settlement and removal. 

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Newport Pagnell which is situated in the north of the county at the junction of the rivers Ouse and Lovat.  It lies some 51 miles from London and 15 miles from Northampton.  Amongst the records included are Poll Book of 1722, Bastardy Papers 1718-1787, Licensed Victuallers of 1773 and 1820, Settlement and Militia Examinations 1743-1785, Freeholders Qualified to serve on Juries 1784, Window and other Assessed Taxes 1809-10, Pigot & Co.'s Direcory of 1842, Mrs. Martha White's Charity payments 1751, 1767, 1775, 1788 and 1803, Jane Goodman's Charity payments 1749-1810 and 1854-1868, Queen Ann's Hospital Charity payments 1862-1870, Register of Slaughter Houses 1898 and Registers of Cow-Keepers, Dairymen and Purveyors of Milk.

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FULL TITLE:  The People of Newport Pagnell - Volume Three.

This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Newport Pagnell which is situated in the north of the county at the junction of the rivers Ouse and Lovat.  It lies some 51 miles from London and 15 miles from Northampton.  Detail concerning content to follow shortly.

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Olney which is situated in the extreme north of the county on the borders of both Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire.  It lies four miles north of Newport Pagnell, twelve miles south east of Northampton, twelve miles south of Wellingborough and twelve miles west of Bedford.  Amongst the records included are Settlement Certificates, Settlement Examinations, Removal Orders, Bastardy Papers, Licensed Victuallers of 1577, 1773 and 1784, Poll Books for 1710 and 1722, Land Tax Assessment for 1801, Olney Troop of North Bucks Yeomanry 1808, Trade Directories for 1823-4 and 1842 and a Register of Electors for 1832.

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Princes Risborough which is situated at the foot of the Chiltern Hills midway between Aylesbury and High wycombe.  Amongst the records included are a Subsidy Roll of 1673, Poor Rate Assessments for 1777 and 1812, Militia Ballot List of 1796, Recipients of Chibnall's Charity 1801-1820, Census Return of 1831 and a Trade Directory for 1863.

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the parish of Quainton, Buckinghamshire, which is situated seven miles north west from Aylesbury.  Amongst the records included are a Marriage Duty Act Assessment for the hamlet of Shipton Lee 1696, Parish Collection 1705, Poll Book 1713, Banns Certificates 1704-1728, Marriage Licences 1706-1774, Pigott's Charity Apprentices 1734-1755, Settlement Certificates, Removal Orders, Charity Apprentices 1805 to 1843, 1851 to 1873 and 1899 to 1900, Post Office Directory 1864 and Valuation List 1909. 

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the parish of Quainton, Buckinghamshire, which is situated seven miles north west from Aylesbury.  Amongst the records included are a Church Rate 1688, Tithe Rate 1694, Marriage Duty Act Assessment 1702, Lists of Churchwardens 1734 to 1759, Parish Apprentices 1711 to 1733, Land Tax Levy 1716, Miscellaneous Parish Poor Law Documents, Settlement Examinations, Bastardy Bonds, Pigott's Charity Apprentices 1701 to 1794, Parish Collection 1741 and 1845, List of Voters 1746, Proprietors of Land 1767, Owners of Horses 1797, Persons Qualified to Vote 1807, Licensed Victuallers 1820, Register of Electors 1832, Overseers' Rate 1865, Kelly's Directory 1883 and Absent Voters List 1918. 

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Ravenstone which lies on the Buckinghamshire/Northamptonshire border some 3 miles from Olney and 5 miles from Newport Pagnell.  Of particular interest is the list of admissions and discharges, 1684-1900, for the Almshouses founded by Lord Chancellor Nottingham.  Also included are the Census Returns of 1811 and 1841 and Members of the Friendly Society 1851-1900.

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This volume contains a miscellany of records relating to the parish of Stokenchurch which is situated some 6 miles east from Watlington and 7 miles north-west from High Wycombe.  Formerly in Oxfordshire the parish was transferred to Buckinghamshire in 1896.  Amongst the records included are Tenants of the Church Houses in Arrears 1739, Poll Book 1754, Land Tax Assessments 1787, 1807 and 1827, Licensed Victuallers 1802 and 1822, Militia Enrolments 1817-1821 and 1831, Trade Directory 1868, Abstracts from Bartholomew Tipping's Charity School Minute Book 1848-1918 including boys elected into the School and those apprenticed, Recipients of various charities 1876 to 1903, Tipping's Charity Apprenticeship Indentures 1898 to 1924 and Absent Voters 1918.

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This volume contains a miscellany of records relating to the Buckinghamshire parish of Wendover which is situated about thirty five miles from London and five miles from Aylesbury.  Amongst the records included are Poll Books 1722 and 1831, Voters in the Borough 1747, Payments to Militia Mens' Wives 1760-63, Licensed Victuallers 1785 and 1821, Apprenticeship Indentures, Miscellaneous Parish Papers including Settlement Certificates, Settlement Examinations and Removal Orders, Persons Qualified to serve on Juries 1829, Trade Directory 1864, Confirmation Candidates 1871 and 1895, Roll of Wendover Church Guild 1874-79 and Absent Voters 1918. 

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A second volume containing a miscellany of records relating to the Buckinghamshire parish of Wendover which is situated about thirty five miles from London and five miles from Aylesbury.  Amongst the records included are Poll Book 1710, List of Vicars & Curates 1690 to 1914, List of Voters 1733, List of Publicans 1733, Residents within the Borough at a Court Leet 1748, Lists of inhabitants circa 1750 and 1773, Houses and their owners arranged by street 1753, Licensed Victuallers 1755 and 1767, Gamekeepers Recognizances 1786 to 1831, Bastardy Bonds and Examinations 1732 to 1829, Militia Ballot List 1796, Boys apprenticed with Hill's Charity 1827 to 1877, Register of Electors 1832, Trade Directory 1877 and Confirmations 1913.

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of West Wycombe which lies 2 miles west of High Wycombe.  Commencing with a Tax Assessment of 1689 and another of 1707, the records continue at intervals until 1810 and include a census of the entire population of 1760.  Also included is a map of 1767 showing the occupiers of certain properties within the village as well as a map of the parish showing the various hamlets.

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the parish of West Wycombe, which is situated two and a half miles west of High Wycombe on the London to Oxford road.  Amongst the records included are Settlement Certificates, Removal Orders, Certificates Given and Received 1744 to 1783, Apprenticeship Indentures 1701 to 1779, Poor Rates for 1685, 1708 and 1815, Poll Book 1713, List of Inhabitants 1716, Payments to Militia Mens' Wives 1760 to 1762, Licensed Victuallers 1765, 1785 and 1820, Trade Directories 1793 and 1864, Pensions Account 1826/7, Register of Electors 1832, Weekly Outdoor Relief List 1843 and Absent Voters 1918.

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Whitchurch which is situated about four and a half miles north of Aylesbury and five and a half miles south of Winslow.  Amongst the records included are Gamekeepers Recognizances 1711 to 1790, Collections for a variety of causes for 1680, 1681, 1689, 1694, 1695, 1700 and 1701, Poll Books 1722 and 1831, Churchwarden's Disbursements 1747 and 1783, Licensed Victuallers 1761, Persons Qualified to serve on Juries 1784 and 1826, Settlement Certificates, Parish Expenditure 1788/9, Militia Ballot List 1810, Extracts from Vestry Minutes 1820-22, 1854 and 1873, Removal Orders, Parish Valuation 1835, Trade Directories 1847 and 1895, and Absent Voters 1918.

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This volume contains a miscellany of records relating to the Buckinghamshire parish of Wing which is situated about seven and a half miles north east of Aylesbury and three and a half miles south west of the Bedfordshire town of Leighton Buzzard.  Amongst the records included are Lists of Churchwardens 1638 to 1654 and 1731 to 1741, Poll Books 1710, 1722 and 1831, Licensed Victuallers 1754 and 1821, Charity Recipients 1760 and 1808 to 1817, Payments to Militia Mens' Wives 1760 to 1762, Persons Qualified to serve on Juries 1784 and 1829, Miscellaneous Parish Documents including Settlement Certificates, Removal Orders and Bastardy Bonds, Militia Ballot List 1810, Poor Rate 1811, List of Farmers and Labourers 1819, Extracts from Vestry Minutes 1822, Post Office Directory 1864, List of Parish Officers 1863 to 1890 and Absent Voters 1918.   

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Wooburn which is situated about four miles east of High Wycombe.  As well as Churchwarden's Rate Assessments for 1700 and 1747 the booklet also contains a Surveyor's Rate Assessment of 1768 and the census taken in 1801.  There is a map of the parish showing the various hamlets, a number of illustrations and a brief description of the papermaking industry with which this parish was long associated.

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A second booklet contains a miscellany of records for the Buckinghamshire parish of Wooburn which is situated about four miles east of High Wycombe.  Included are Gamekeepers' Deputations 1711-1916, a Poll Book of 1710, a list of Settlement Certificates in the parish chest 1702-1798, a list of certificates received 1681-1727, Licensed Victuallers of 1787, 1797 and 1812, Apprentice Indentures, Militia Orders, extracts from the Overseers' Day Book 1807-1823, a list of pauper labour on the roads 1827, Overseers' payments 1828-29, Kelly's Directory 1888, those presented for confirmation 1898 and a number of miscellaneous parish papers.  These consist mostly of letters relating to parishioners living outside the parish but also include an application for admission to Guy's Hospital, London, payments on behalf of an inmate of Bethlem Hospital, London, occupiers of the parish workhouse 1826 and a certificate of service for an out-pensioner of Her Majesty's Royal Hospital, Chelsea.   

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